Taking risks after failing so many times? Why don't you just work hard? Research by Dr. Patrick Mussel (2015) may shed some light. Because people with greedy characteristics will reduce FRN (Feedback-related negativity) when they face things, they will be willing to take more risks, even regardless of the consequences, hoping to maximize the benefits. FRN, Negative Feedback Stimuli, are brain waves evoked when people face negative outcomes, such as being punished for answering a wrong teacher's question, or facing monetary loss (Van Der Helden, Boksem & Blom, 2010).
In unexpected situations, negative outcomes fax number list can induce larger FRN amplitudes than positive outcomes, and monetary loss due to gambling is one example of such negative outcomes (Bellebaum & Daum, 2008; Liao et al., 2011). This FRN reduction phenomenon can also be found in psychopath patients and investment bankers (Birbaumer et al., 2005). It is very likely that Mackka and the Ho brothers have reduced FRN amplitudes in the brain, making it difficult to learn from experience and learn from mistakes. In addition, Seuntjens (2015) research also pointed out that greedy people are more short-sighted, focusing on short-term personal interests and ignoring the potential impact of actions on themselves and society.
Based on the above research, we can infer why the witch Machika and the brothers keep failing and continue to continue the next stealing plan. The Donald Duck Club was remade in 2017, and the gears revolved around the story of Scrooge and his three nephews. Seeing that the current epidemic is serious, many people are greedy for profit, raise the price of masks, and make money from national hardships. I can't help comparing these people with Scrooge.